Nicaragua Expects 38% Growth in Meat Industry

Meat processing plants foresee slaughtering 250,000 more cattle by 2014, a 38% increase.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Onel Pérez, president of the Nicaraguan Chamber of Beef Exporters (Canicarne), noted that they expect to slaughter 650,000 animals in 2010, out of a maximum capacity of 1.1 million in the country's 4 processing plants.

Pérez remarked that 'certified slaughterhouses have made considerable investments to handle the expected increase'.



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